In 2011, Peter left his home country of Australia to travel the world. Since then, he has visited 40 countries, climbed Kilimanjaro, photographed Tigers in the Nepalese jungle, written a novel, and met and married his German wife Annette.
It was after moving to Germany that his love for photography was rekindled, and most mornings you can find him in the forest observing the local wildlife.
He and his wife manage a tutoring school near Leipzig, Germany, and he also travels as a professional speaker around the world.
His future goals include photographing Grizzly bears in Canada, and completing the sequel to his first novel Hunting Susan.
Listen to Peter's interview with Jaemin Frazer on the ‘Insecurity Project’ podcast. In this very raw and uncut interview, Peter shares his journey of losing everything in life to now travelling the world and inspiring people to make the most of what they've been given. ❤️